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comment What is the Chinese word for 'programmer'?
This is what I normally say (or the Taiwanese variant 軟體工程師)
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revised Should one write “妳好" when addressing a female?
editing for clarity
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comment Should one write “妳好" when addressing a female?
"妳" is perfectly correct in traditional chinese, and very common here in Taiwan. My question is specifically about "妳好", given I am in a location where "妳" is still used.
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asked Should one write “妳好" when addressing a female?
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comment How do I know when I am “fluent”?
Weirdly enough I had this conversation yesterday. I proposed that "native fluency" should be tested by a Turing Test type experiment. But that "fluency" was a lower level.
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comment Which marital verbs are used for same-sex marriages?
So its the "marital role" as perceived by the speaker, that matters. Thanks.
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accepted Which marital verbs are used for same-sex marriages?